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The Equinox

In Imagined Geography of Griffith Park on August 8, 2012 at 11:46 pm

…a journey into the supernatural takes a pit-stop in…

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Remember this?

In Imagined Geography of Griffith Park on May 11, 2012 at 11:40 pm

Police closed both the Riverside and the Ferndale entrances to Griffith Park.  Traffic was stopped cold on Los Feliz Blvd: Franklin was clogged; you couldn’t get off the 5 between Glendale Blvd and the 134.  And it was the day before Easter weekend.

A day I look forward to forgetting!

Bronson Canyon on Mystery Mountain

In Films!, Imagined Geography of Griffith Park on March 14, 2012 at 12:04 am

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It’s a cave near White Sand and Porvino.  And there’s a big flying brain in there!

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If you plan on visiting, just remember, whatever you do, don’t shoot at the brain!

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“The Vampire Bat” meets Bronson Canyon 1933

In Films!, Imagined Geography of Griffith Park on March 12, 2012 at 11:19 pm

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And there is a pit!  It’s called “The Devil’s Well” and it’s in the cave just outside of Klineschloss.

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Things ROBOT MONSTER teaches us about Griffith Park

In Imagined Geography of Griffith Park on March 25, 2011 at 11:38 pm

There is at least one pictograph in the Bronson Caves.

A rocket base is just over a two-day walk from Bronson Canyon.

A shorter walk will take you to a fork of two dry rivers.  “There is a ruin there,” says Ro-Man.

And watch out for this guy.